By David Mwanza
The ZANU PF Youth League has warned the duo of Hopewell Chin’ono and Jim Kunaka to desist from inciting citizens to remonstrate against the Government.
The ZANU PF Youth League fired the salvo at the two during a presser held this afternoon at the Party’s headquarters in Harare attended by the 10 Provincial Chairpersons of the Youth and led by the Party’s acting Secretary in the Politburo, Cde Tendai Chirau.
Speaking during the presser, Cde Chirau said, “We view these misguided and ill-informed attacks on the national establishment, characterised as it is by the flagrant mutilation of facts, as being delusional and undiplomatic diversionary antics and therefore condemn them in the strongest terms.
“As the vanguard of the Party, we are very much aware that the enemy is not sleeping trying to find means to remove a democratically elected Government. This is also exhibited by the likes of Jim Kunaka and Hopewell Chin’ono’s antics who on several occasions have unsuccessfully tried to mobilise young Zimbabweans into the streets through social media,” Cde Chirau.
“We strongly caution these two to desist from encouraging our innocent young population from engaging into such dangerous acts as they are retrogressive to national development.”
Cde Chirau also underscored that the Youth League remains resolute in the fight against corruption.
“For the record, the ZANU PF Youth League, while remaining one of the foremost agitators against corruption of any form in Zimbabwean society, still fully and unapologetically acknowledges that the ultimate objective of the national anti-corruption drive is sufficiently and correctly reposed in the able ambit of the Republic, through its specialised law enforcement agencies.”